Journal Boycott Over Online Access Is a Bust is Reporting Few of the 30,000 scientists who pledged to boycott journals that don\’t make their content free online after six months have actually followed through on that threat, and few journals have changed their ways.

\”Perhaps we were being a little naive\” in thinking that publishers would change their policies because of the boycott, says Mr. Eisen. \”In reality, very few publishers responded.\”